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Highlights of 2018: Part V

The fifth and final pick, not easy as to pick one means to exclude all the others but let’s go with John Degenkolb’s Tour de France win, a satisfying result on many levels. The opening week of the Tour de France suffered from too many sprint finishes and the stages that could have been different […]...


Sky Reaches The End of the Road

Sky has announced it is pulling out of sponsorship of the pro team and 2019 will be the last year for the UK media firm in the peloton. Now the team faces a race to secure funding for 2020 with realistically only months to do this. It’s yours for 30 million a year. First remember […]...


Highlights of 2018: Part IV

In the fourth of five picks, here’s La Course which provided action, attacks and a twist in the final. So much of the coverage of women’s racing is about the coverage of women’s racing. Heaven knows there are problems but it’s important to remember it’s a sport too and for once here was a race […]...


Wednesday Shorts

There’s a big UCI gathering in Montreux, Switzerland at the moment and the seminars are reviewing the state of pro cycling, yesterday was for women’s cycling, today it’s the men’s side. There’s little news so far, official or leaked but one item is the extension of the video commissaire to all World Tour races according […]...


Roads to Ride: Yamabushi Pass

As part of the series looking at roads featuring in major races, here’s a look at Yamabushi pass. Neither household name, nor familiar in the peloton, this is the first major climb of the 2020 Olympic road races and an ideal day’s ride out of Tokyo too. The Route: National Route 413 starts just outside […]...


Housekeeping Note

A few tech problems with the website at the moment so it’s readable but just, especially if you’re browsing via a desktop computer or big screen. It’ll be on and off this weekend as the mechanics get to work, hopefully with a tweak of a torque wrench rather than the hammer....


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Shimano Nexus cog snap ring - FWLXXXXXXX-11104326 by Shimano

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